Georgia can supply electricity surplus to Iran in spring and summer through Armenia and get it back in winter, when consumption increases in the country, Georgian Energy Minister Kakha Kaladze said, Sputnik International news agency reported.
Kaladze went on an official visit to Iran on Feb. 16. Issues of cooperation in the energy sector between the two countries are being considered within the framework of the visit with representatives of the Iranian government.
"When we have a surplus of electricity, excess in volume of water in spring and summer, Iran needs energy and the country imports it from Armenia," Georgian energy ministry's press service quoted Kaladze as saying..
The fact that Iran is in general a very important and interesting country is not something new, especially after the removal of the financial sanctions, the Georgian minister said.